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A man labors over a horse saddle in progress in the back yard workshop, Esteli, Nicaragua. 2016 Advertisements

Fort Williams, Scotland

Getting up to the Isle of Eigg and my volunteering opportunity was definitely an undertaking. Instead of trying to do it all in a day or two, I decided to take my time and experience more then what I could see from out the train window. I also may have been determined to ride the…

Photo of the Day

During my visit to Peru in 2015 I befriended a local shopkeeper in Urubamba. Everyday I would stop and we would attempt to chat. She had a really hard time understanding my Spanish spoken with a heavy English accent and often times I couldn’t tell if the words coming out of her mouth were Spanish…

How to do London like a (broke) tourist

If you find yourself in London for a short amount of time, you want to see all the main touristy sites but don’t want to spend the money, this post is for you. Including time, miles, and a pre-made map to make your day more about enjoying London and less about planning.

Split, Croatia

Traveling through Croatia with my family has definitely been a highlight of my trip so far. After returning from Costa Rica with my students I had 12 days to get rid of 2/3 of my stuff, mail the rest across the country to my parents place (if you ever need to ship things across the…

Hostels!

What are hostels? What should I look for when picking a hostel? After traveling to over 25 countries and staying in hostel in all of them this post talks about how hostels can help you travel all over the world and how to pick a hostel to fit your needs.

The Highs and Lows of Traveling

As a traveler, particularly a travel photographer, it’s very easy to only show the highlights and let people believe traveling is always living your best self: traveling to cool places, exploring awesome sites, and making great friends. Sometimes, however, traveling sucks. Traveling can be bad food, getting ripped off, and being so exhausted all you…

Books for a School in Garnacha, Nicaragua 

Hello! It has been too long. Despite my desire to update with my southern U.S. experiences teaching got the better of me. Thankfully I have once again found my self on the road! and while I intend to post updates of my current experiences I have a request to make. During my first week here…

La Vaca, Tineo Patagonia 

(the cow)  There once was a cow. A lonely, thirsty cow, living in the waterless top pasture at Tineo Patagonia. New to the campo it had not yet established a name or true owner for itself; someone to attended to its water needs.  Thankfully this was all about to change, for on the horizon was…

South East Asia Video !!

Had a really fun 8 hours making a video of my trip (and by fun I mean, as fun as having your teeth pulled). If you want a pretty accurate summary of my three month adventure, check it out! South East Asia 2014  Enjoy!

Nusa Lembongan

It’s crazy to think I’m almost done with my trip in South East Asia. It’s crazy how the time feels like it has both flown by and slowly crawled. I find myself in Nusa Lembongan for the finals days of my adventure; what a place to end my trip. The beaches are stunning. The water…

A Thousand Words

When in Sevilla: wonder the streets, escape the sun with an iced coffee under a local cafe, get lost in the ancient structures, take as many pictures as possible.